The NL4XAI – Analysing Neural Natural Language Generation Models – ITN Project organises a 3 days Spring School to be held at Loria in Nancy between 19 and 21 April.
Congratulations to Claire Gardent (Synalp team) and Véronique Cortier (Pesto team), winners of the 2022 CNRS silver medal.
Next Colloquium Loria will take place on Thursday, 7th April at 1:30pm in the amphitheater with Hugo Parlier, professor of mathematics at the University of Luxembourg.
His presentation is entitled “Playing puzzles on complicated surfaces” and will be in English.
The hundred or so lines of code developed by Guillaume Moroz are likely to be of interest to a good number of engineers in robotics and control theory. A researcher from the GAMBLE project team, Moroz has designed an algorithm for optimising the numerical evaluation of polynomials, a “free and relatively straightforward to implement” solution which he will present in early February at the prestigious FOCS conference.